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Upcoming Girls Pint Out events

Our friends from Girls Pint Out sent us their upcoming events. Amy said there a bunch of fun events coming up. Scroll down and explore. Tuesday July 15th 6:00pm, Tuckahoe/Pinelands Brewing Tap Take Over @ Tavern On The Lake in Highstown, NJ with Team NJCB Thursday July 17th Meet-N-Greet @ Mohawk House in Sparta, NJ at […]

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brews by the bay

Brews by the Bay

ONE DAY. TWO FESTIVALS. 20+ BREWERIES. According to a recent email from Ryan from Cape May Brewing Company, Brews by the Bay is scheduled for Saturday, September 6 from 12-8PM. Here is a flyer and more information. Brews By The Bay…brought to you by the Garden State and Delaware Brewers Guild. Two festivals in two states […]

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cape may crab and beer festival

Cape May Craft Beer & Crab Festival 2014

On Saturday, August 9, 2014, enter in your calendar for the third annual Cape May Craft Beer & Crab Festival. Visit the grounds of the Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St., Cape May for an all-day festival featuring local and regional craft beers to wash down favorite summer picnic foods … Crab boil, pulled pork, hot dogs and […]

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Tuckahoe events

Just a quick list of Tuckahoe’s beer events and new information! NJCB Members are encouraged to visit the brewery and save!! 15% your entire purchase! (more…)

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Tuckahoe and Carton at the Avenue, EHC

On Thursday, June 18, both Tuckahoe and Carton are taking over the taps at The Avenue in Egg Harbor City. NJCB Members save $1 off craft drafts at 151 Philadelphia Ave, Egg Harbor City! Go for a visit! Here’s the list we were sent Carton Boat- Session Ale 077XX- Double IPA Monkey Chased the Weasel – […]

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Harvest Moon THANKS

NJCB Collaboration #1 information and release parties

NEW JERSEY BREWERS & SUPPLIERS HONOR THEIR ROOTS, COLLABORATE Since the onset of the 2012 “Craft Beer Bill,” New Jersey has become home to a burgeoning Craft Beer scene, with new breweries in planning, existing establishments growing, and complementary businesses sprouting up.  From beer-only bars to beer-centric organizations, the state has become a hot bed of artisanal […]

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